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Pernicious bureaucracies shun leadership sustaining themselves on a diet of rules and regulations. A crisis reinforces bureaucracy when vision is absent. A clear sense of direction is the antidote … more
Who’re you going to call? I don’t think Ghostbusters really exist.You wake up in the middle of the night to a thud in the other room. Your heart is racing as you leave your bedroom. You … more
Hello Toni:Yesterday, a representative from Medicare called my mother asking all types of personal questions to provide her with testing supplies for COVID-19 and specialized masks which can protect … more
When Kelly Ripa, co-host of “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” declared that yogurt is “my dessert, my breakfast, my everything,” she was echoing the sentiments of millions of … more
Dear Dietitian, I have been worried about a second wave of COVID-19, and this gives me anxiety. I just went back to work last week, but if there’s a second wave of COVID, I am worried … more
Hey Taylor – I’m in between jobs and trying to find some direction. People tell me to find something that suits my strengths, but I always second guess what I’m good at. How do I … more
“The cow is of the bovine ilk; one end is moo, the other milk,” is a rhyme by humorist Ogden Nash. Well, it’s the milk end that we’re interested in -- particularly the … more
“We’ve never done it that way before.”The expression was well worn before the pandemic came along. Lately, creative juices have been milked dry for new ways to conduct … more
In a 2018 opinion piece in USA Today, singer Barbra Streisand, founder of the Women’s Heart Alliance and the Cedars-Sinai Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Center, wrote, “Today in … more
West Texas A&M University is becoming a regional research university. Defined in WT 125: From the Panhandle to the World,  it means in part, ”Our focus will be on community life, … more
Sunday is the one day a year that is set aside to recognize and honor our fathers. To all the fathers out there, Happy Father’s Day!I had a very special father-in-law. He raised my best friend … more
Toni:My 86-year-old mother with Alzheimer’s needs 24-hour care and lives in a personal care home. She is enrolled in a Medicare Advantage HMO and taking her to the doctor is quite an … more
Hi Taylor - The stock market has me so confused right now. One day it feels like the economy has recovered, then we’re in a freefall again. What’s your take on the drastic ups and downs? … more
Discussions over the last three months regarding the costs and benefits of face-to-face (F2F) versus online teaching and learning have been ubiquitous. Rigorously assessing these teaching modalities … more
We live in divisive times. Everyone has an opinion. We have freedom of speech. Mix these three together and making it through a day without getting angry at another or being attacked for what you … more
Aussie Matthew Dellavedova, the Cleveland Cavaliers point and shooting guard, is a trim 200 pounds at 6 feet, 4 inches tall. He’s also a major coffee fan and had his own line of coffee, … more
Dear Toni:Been reading your articles regarding COVID-19, being laid off and enrolling in Medicare properly. I have not read an article on how to lower the premium if you are not making the income you … more
Why were Miami Heat forward Meyers Leonard, the Trail Blazers’ forward Mario Hezonja, and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Larry Nance Jr. hanging out together one day in early April? They were … more
Dear Readers: As scientists work tirelessly to find a treatment and a vaccine for the coronavirus, a common supplement has come to light as a possible aid in the COVID-19 pandemic. It may be in your … more
Hey Taylor - I’ve been looking at the different ways I can put money aside for my kid’s education, and it seems like the 529 plan is the best bet. Am I missing anything? - WendyHey Wendy … more
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